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“We've only got a couple dozen more to go.”
“On the bright side, we were able to cut costs by 20%”
“Sales have been steadily rising.”
“We’re down 4% over last year.”
“We can be fined tens of thousands of dollars if we miss one of the filing deadlines.”
“Even an extremely modestly priced home in this area costs 150K at the bare minimum.”
“My infant is running a fever of a hundred and two.”
“I'll tell you what I'll do: I'll give it to you for seventy-five hundred, and I'll throw in the cover and helmet for free.”
“9% of respondents indicated that they did not have car insurance.”
“We conducted a survey of approximately 1,200 car owners from across the country.”
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